Dani Olmo explained his choice to join Dinamo Zagreb’s RB Leipzig, yielding a potential move to Barcelona in January has never been a “real decision” for him.
Olmo made a €20 million (£18m/$22 m) move to Leipzig in the winter move window, following a very long time of hypothesis about his future.
The 22-year-old had gone through the past five years of his profession with Dinamo in Croatia, yet he got probably the most sultry resource in European football after his noteworthy exhibitions during the previous summer’s U21 European Championships in Spain.
A few top clubs were connected to a year ago’s winger signature, including Barca, and he reported back in March that he had likewise gotten proposals from the Premier League and Series A preceding moving to Germany.
The most conceivable goal for Olmo was Camp Nou as he rose through the positions of La Masia before joining Dinamo, yet the winger keeps up that arrival to Catalonia was never truly on the Olma’s transition to Barca.
When inquired as to why a transition to Barca never worked out as expected, global Spain said to Goal: “Perhaps this isn’t an issue for me. It didn’t occur and I don’t know whether it was a genuine decision. A lot of things have been distributed in the press however in Croatia I was glad.”
In any case, Olmo kept on admitting that one day the opportunity to play in La Liga still has extraordinary intrigue to him since he appreciates the division’s amazingly “serious” nature.
“I said it before. Playing in the title at your nation of origin will be astonishing,” he said. “La Liga is one of the greatest, extremely serious rivalries on the planet. So why not? Without a doubt, one day I need to be back in La Liga” he included.
Olmo proceeded about what attracted him to Leipzig: “For the venture and how they deal with the ability, I picked Leipzig. At the point when you investigate the list, you will affirm that we are an extremely youthful crew, with incredible projection players yet at the same time prepared to battle for the most noteworthy targets.”